The Lie of Kingdom Now Theology

The Lie of Kingdom Now Theology

The Last Days: What Does That Look Like (3). Scripture teaches that the kingdom of God will be the future time in history when Jesus Christ will return to planet earth victoriously, & after judging an ungodly world, He will set up His kingdom that will display God’s righteousness in every area of life. It’s at this time that Christ will put on display a godly culture and social structure within the world. Contrary to what Scripture teaches, there is a dangerous movement within Christendom that holds to what is termed Kingdom Now Theology which has as it’s core conviction that God lost control over the world to Satan when Adam and Eve sinned. Since then, the theology goes, God has been trying to reestablish control over the world by seeking a special group of believers who will influence social institutions (including governments and laws) so that they will establish the Kingdom of God on earth here & now & so that they can present the Kingdom of God to Jesus when He comes, which they believe is at the end of the millennium. This message addresses the confusion Kingdom Now Theology brings to Bible prophecy, the role of the Church, the Great Commission, the rapture, the Second Coming & the millennium.

Online Sunday Morning Service
21st January, 2024

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  1. Harvey Rosieur

    Thank you for your comments. It helps me to clarify my thinking about the 7 Mountains Mandate which seemed to come out of ‘left field’ but now appears to embrace all the Kingdom Now streams as well as a lot prophetic people in the U.S. whom I thought had long been discredited. There seems to be a resurgence of the ‘name it and claim it’ thinking. I have found it difficult to determine whether it is against God’s word or not. Jesus said “Ask what you will and it will be done for you’ in one place but and in another He says “whatever you ask according to my will”.I have always believed the latter is the true guide and that there is something I may be missing which caused me to wonder if I am ‘selling myself short’ i.e. lacking in faith. the doubt. The trouble is the gifts and calling of God are without repentance which means to me that they can be in error sometimes. My rule is’ leave them alone’ and focus on discernment of the truth. (I fell into the error of judging on the basis of my experience e.g I have never seen or spoken with angels, although I have heard them; nor have I visited Heaven . Others say they have . As long as Scripture allows for it , it may be so. Sometimes it stretches the imagination . Declaring and decreeing come into the same category. I do my best to attack strongholds of darkness but with an element of doubt.What am I missing ?

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